Master of Science in Elementary Education - Degree Requirements/Courses Offered
Candidates seeking admission to the Master of Science in Elementary Education (MSEE) program at Pfeiffer University should submit the follow materials for review:
- A completed Pfeiffer University graduate application form with the $75 application fee;
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities at which academic credits have been earned (including evidence of completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university);
- Official scores from either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or Graduate Records Examination (GRE) taken within the past five years;
- Three recommendations from persons with knowledge of your ability to complete graduate level coursework;
- A writing sample based on the prompt provided by the School of Education;
- A copy of the candidate’s teaching license (or evidence that the candidate is eligible for licensure);
- Evidence of two years of teaching experience.
Upon submission of all of the materials required for evaluation, the Director of Admissions will initiate an admissions review of your file.
|Educ 601||Introduction to Educational Research|
|Educ 606||Advanced Curriculum and Instruction|
|Educ 607||Servant Leadership Seminar|
|Educ 608||Servant Leadership Internship|
|Educ 612||Language Arts: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment|
|Educ 615||Assessing the Educational Program|
|Educ 616||Contemporary Issues in Education|
|Educ 617||Literacy: curriculum, Instruction and Assessment|
|Sped 604||Curriculum Adaptations/Differentiated Instruction|
Candidates also complete two additional courses selected in consultation with the academic advisor.
For More Information
For additional information on the Master of Science in Elementary Education (MSEE) program, please contact:
Dr. Christopher Boe
Director, Graduate Programs in Elementary Education